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October 25, 2014

This is late news but Elisabeth Moss, while being interviewed at Live! With Kelly and Michael on August 11, 2014, talked about her first role as Sandy’s daughter in Lucky Chances. Here’s a brief clip of her talking about the role which includes a scene featuring Sandra:

“My first role was playing Sandra Bullock’s daughter — kind of before she was Sandra Bullock — in a miniseries called Lucky Chances,” said Moss of her first onscreen appearance at 7 years old. “I had to find her dead in the pool and scream.”

Co-host Michael Strahan then revealed that the show had a clip of the two handy. “No you don’t! Are you serious?” exclaimed Moss. Afterward, she said, “That is amazing! Oh my god! Golden Globe-worthy, I would say.” – Hollywood Reporter


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